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What type of view do you need to be in to add a level to your project? Any non-plan view. As this is done using a dialog box, the view does not matter. Any view except for 3D. Any section or elevation view.
Which of the following types of vector files can you import into the Autodesk Revit Software? (Select all that apply.) DGN DWG DOC DXF.
Which of the following elements can be copied and monitored? (Select all that apply.) Plumbing Fixtures Levels Ducts Electrical Fitures.
When linking an architectural model into a systems project which of the positioning methods, as shown in Figure A-1, keeps the model in the same place if the extents of the linked model changes in size? Auto - Center-to-Center Auto - Origin-to-Origin Manual - Basepoint Manual - Center.
How many times can one project file be linked into another project? Once It is limited by the size of the link As many as you want.
Which of the following elements cannot be tagged using Tag by Category? Spaces Ducts Plumbing Fixtures Communiction Devices.
How do you specify the size of a sheet? In the Sheet Properties, specify the Sheet Size. In the Options Bar, specify the Sheet Size In the New Sheet dialog box, select a title block to control the Sheet Size In the Sheet view, right-click and select Sheet Size.
How is the title block information filled in as shown in Figure A-2? (Select all that apply.) Select the title block and select the label that you want to change. Select the title block and modify it in Properties. Right-click on the Sheet in the Project Browser and select Information Some of the information if filled in automatically.
On how many sheets can a view be placed? 1 2-5 6+ As many as you want.
which of the following is the best method to use if the size of view is to large for a sheet, as shown in Figure A-3? Delete the view, change the scale and place the view back on the sheet. Activate the view and change the View Scale.
How do you set up a view on a sheet that only displays part of a floor plan, as shown in Figure A-4? Drag and drop the view to the sheet and use the crop region to modify it. Activate the view and rescale it. Create a callout view displaying the part that you want to use and place the callout view on the sheet. Open the view in the Project Browser and change the View Scale.
When a plumbing fixture is moved (as shown in Figure A-5), how do you update the dimension? Edit the dimension and move it over. Select the dimension and then click Update in the Options Bar. The dimension automatically updates. Delete the existing dimension and add a new one.
When you edit text, how many leaders can be added using the leader tools shown in Figure A-6? One One on each end of the text. As many as you want at each end of the text.
Which of the following are system families? (Select all that apply.) Ducts Lighting Fixtures Plumbing accessories Cable Trays.
Which of the following are component families?(Select all that apply.) Pipes Plumbing fixtures Flex Duct Air Terminal.
When adding an Electrical Connector, where do you specify the System Type (such as Power-Balanced or Security)? In the Options Bar In the right-click menu In the expanded Connectors panel In the Type Properties.
When you want to add spaces to a project that uses a linked model, what is required for the spaces to work as expected? The linked model needs to have rooms. The linked model needs to be set to Room Bounding The MEP project needs to be set to Room Bounding The MEP project needs to have rooms.
Which of the following is true to get an accurate Heating and Cooling Loads analisys? Spaces need to be created in all rooms ... That have heating and cooling. That are established in the architectural drawing. That span more than one level. As well as shafts, plenums, and other non-occupied spaces.
If you do not see spaces in the view you are working in, as shown on the top Figure A-7, what is required to display them as shown on the bottom in Figure A-7? Open the Visibility/Graphics dialog box and toggle on the interior option under Spaces. Before placing spaces, set the Spaces Visibility to Interior in the Options Bar. In Properties, select Space View. In the View Control bar, toggle on Spaces.
If a Spaces is not reaching the ceiling, as shown in a section in Figure A-8, which of the following methods can you use to fix the issue? (Select all that apply.) Change the height of the room because the space reflects room size. Select the space and use the control to move the top edge above the ceiling Change the Space Setting to Height by Ceiling Verify that the ceiling is set to Room Bounding.
When you have a space that is not defined entirely by walls, such as a balcony in a 2-story lobby, how do you control the size of the space? Sketch the boundaries of the space Add space separation lines. Modify the size in Properties. Change the Room Bounding status of the other walls.
Zones, as shown in Figure A-9, are formed of spaces that can be heated and cooled in the same manner. True False.
Where do you specify the Flow of an air terminal, such as that shown in Figure A-10? (Select all that apply.) In the Ribbon In the Options Bar In the Air Flow Dialog Box In the Properties In the Air Terminal Tag.
Which method enables you to move an air terminal hosted by a ceiling that has been copied, as shown in Figure A-11, up to a different ceiling height? Move Pick New Host Change the elevation in Properties Copied air terminals cannot be moved off the original plane.
The size of the duct drawn from a control on mechnical equiment must remain the same size as the opening on the equipment until it intersects with another duct. True False.
How do you change an elbow fitting to a tee fitting? Delete the elbow and place a tee instead Select the elbow and use the Type Selector to select a tee fitting instead. Select the elbow and click + (Plus) Select the elbow and click Convert to Tee in the ribbon.
When adding pipe accessories, such as the Butterfly Valve shown in Figure A-12, you are first required to: Split the pipe using (Split Element). Split the pipe using (Split with Gap). Place the accessory nearby and then mave it in place. Do nothing extra, just place the accessory on the pipe.
How many elements must be selected before you can create a duct or piping system? One Two Three None need to be selected first.
How do you specify which type of system you want to create when the has multiple options, such as the lavatory shown in Figure A-13? Select the appropriate connector to start the system. In the contextual tab, select the appropriate system button In the Options Bar, select the system type from the drop-down list Select the system type from the drop-down list in the dialog box that opens when you start a system.
After tying in piping to a sloped sanitary pipe, the automatically placed fitting are facing the wrong direction, as shown in Figure A-14. To fix this, select the fitting and ... Click the Flip arrow Place its opposite type Use Rotate Click AutoSlope in the riboon.
Which placement option can be used for placing a face based plumbing fixture on the wall, as shown in Figure A-15? Place on Vertical Face Place on Face Place on Work Plane.
How do you specify the direction in which a pipe slopes as you are creating it, as shown in Figure A-16? Set the slope in the Options Bar Set the slope in the ribbon Create it flat and slope it later Draw the pipe in a section view to ensure that slopes correctly.
When you create a project in the Autodesk Revit software, do you work in 3D (as shown on the left in Figure A-17) or 2D (as shown on the right in Figure A-17)? You work in 2D in plan views and in 3D in non-plan views. You work in 3D almost all of the time, even when you are using what looks like a flat view. You work in 2D or 3D depending on how you toggle the 2D/3D control. You work in 2D in plan and section views and in 3D in isometric views.
What is the main difference between a view made using (Default 3D View) and a view made using (camera)? Use Default 3D View for exterior views and Camera for interiors. Default 3D View creates a static image and a Camera view is live and always updated. Default 3D View is isometric and a Camera view is perspective. Default 3D View is used for the overall building and a Camera view is used for looking in tight spaces.
Which of the following are ways in which you can create a detail? (Select all that apply.) Make a callout of a section and sketch over it. Draw all of the elements from scratch. Import a CAD detail and modify or sketch over it Insert an exixting drafting view from another file.
In which type of view (access shown in Figure A-18) can you NOT add detail lines? Plans Elevations 3D views Legends.
Which of the following is true about the Visibility Graphic Overrides dialog box? (Select all that apply.) Changes made in the dialog box only affect the current view. It can only be used to toggle categories on and off It can be used to toggle individual elements on and off. It can be used to change the color of individual elements.